Monthly Archives: May 2015


Congratulations to Dr. Seyyed Hani Moussavi Nik. Hani has completed his PhD. His thesis is entitled “Analysing the biological function of PS2V: an aberrant splicing phenomenon or evolutionarily conserved mechanism in Alzheimer’s Disease?”

Posted in News | Tagged |

Comments Off on Congratulations

11th Australian Peptide Conference

The 11th Australian Peptide Conference will be held from the 25th-30th of October 2015 at the Peppers Salt Resort and Spain Kingscliff, NSW. There will be a Proteomics/Omics Symposium on the 25th as part of the conference. Please find information about the conference and the Proteomics/Omics Symposium flyer.

Posted in Events | Tagged |

Comments Off on 11th Australian Peptide Conference

Biggest Morning Tea Thank You

Thank you to everyone who came, donated and partook in some baked goods at the School of Biological Sciences Biggest Morning Tea. It was a great spread and was good to see so many people there. With your help, we raised over $200 to go towards the Cancer Council for much needed funds for research […]

Posted in Events | Tagged , |

Comments Off on Biggest Morning Tea Thank You

e-Science May 2015 out now!

Issue 13 of e-Science out now! In the new and exciting issue of e-Science, discover: The technology allowing us to watch ultra-fast chemical reactions South Australia’s secretive southern hairy-nosed wombat and the fight to protect it How history is reshaping our view of today’s oyster reefs Bush fire’s silent side effect on wine production Download […]

Posted in e-Science | Tagged |

Comments Off on e-Science May 2015 out now!